Some responsibilities of a static security guard include traffic control, gate keeping, patrolling and CCTV monitoring. They also prevent trespassing, vandalism and a large range of other offences in and around businesses & work sites.
Mobile patrols are designed to give you a physical and regular security presence on your site. Mobile Patrols are also a visual deterrent meaning that any undesirables in your area will soon realise that the premises are regularly visited making your site less attractive to potential vandals and thieves.
Crowd controllers work at large venues and stadiums where big crowds are expected, including concerts, public speeches, rallies and sporting events. The crowd controller is responsible for keeping the crowd in control and peaceful.
Party & Event Security guards protect the premises by completing activities like looking for signs of crime, identifying trespassers, apprehending criminals, reporting suspicious incidents, watching images registered by surveillance cameras, and performing first aid when necessary. This ensures event organizers the peace of mind they need to optimize the guest experience without compromising the safety of participants or the integrity of critical assets.
CCTV Operators are responsible for operating and maintaining surveillance equipment, watching both live and recorded video surveillance footage, reporting incidents or suspicious behaviour and contacting the authorities when necessary.
The bodyguard is a personal security officer who protects clients from threats such as assault, kidnapping and stalking. Bodyguards also offer protection by assessing threats, planning routes and searching cars and buildings.
Detection dog handlers work with their canine partners to detect a specific substance that the dog is trained to identify. Many detection dog teams search for drugs, explosives, or traces of bomb-making components (such as fertilizer). Detection teams may also be involved with searching for blood, agricultural items, firearms, and currency.
Guards will patrol and inspect construction sites to protect against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism, and illegal activity. These workers protect their employer’s building supplies, machinery and equipment, enforce laws on the property, and deter criminal activity and other problems.
Gatehouse security guards limit access to your premises, permitting designated visitors. Gatehouse security guards operate within our client’s code of practice and carry out a variety of duties including identification and vehicle checks, as well as keeping access and egress records and provide appropriate greetings to your visitors.
To ensure smooth operations, cash in transit guards consider a wide range of factors. These include usage of marked & unmarked vehicles, working time, peak traffic periods, cash moved in every transfer, crew support & exposure levels, efficiency of the communication systems, condition & suitability of the vehicles used, firearms, environmental factors (such as dark, wet, hot or cold) and regularity of customer runs.
Dog training can be socialisation to the domestic environment, basic obedience training or training for specialized activities including law enforcement, search and rescue, hunting, working with livestock, assistance to people with disabilities, entertainment, dog sports, detection and protecting people or property.
Our training methods teach guards to communicate effectively in the security industry, follow safe work practices in the security industry, work efficiently, respond to a security risk situation, work as part of a security team, provide security services to clients, and to apply first aid.
Emergency response includes any systematic response to an unexpected or dangerous occurrence. The goal of an emergency response procedure is to mitigate the impact of the event on people and the environment.